Introduction.--Views and impressions: Reticence in literature. The abuse of the superlative. Some movements in Victorian poetry ; 1. The period and the field. 2. The poetry of faith and aspiration. 3. The poetry of reflection and doubt. 4. The poem of emotion. 5. The poetry of reaction. 6. Retrospect and prospect. Fiction in the nineteenth century. The particular copy. The mood and the book. Concerning anthologies.--Sketches for portraits: Richard Crashaw. George Herbert. Charles Kingsley. Christina Rossetti. Robert Buchanan. George Gissing. George Birkbeck Hill.--Two homes: (1) The city of Bath. (2) An Englishman's castle.--Index of names
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